Popular Natural Remedy Goes Beyond Skin Deep; Zion Health’s Clay Bath Detox Minerals are Now Available at Lassens Natural Foods and Vitamins Stores in Southern California
Native Remedy for skin purification, Ancient Minerals Clay Bath Detox, is now available at Lassens Natural Health Food Stores in Southern California and Fresno.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
Traditional bath salts and soaks provide trace nutrients from sea minerals that are absorbed by the skin when activated in water. Zion Health´s Ancient Clay Bath Detox minerals now available at Lassens Health Food Stores contains a high grade form of bentonite detox clay (Kanwa) for whole body purification. In addition to it´s nutrient-rich nature, with over 60 trace minerals, Kanwa is commonly used for cleansing, detoxifying and toning the skin. With unique, negatively charged clay particles, Zion´s ClayBath Detox minerals are known for its ability magnetically pulls bacteria, heavy metals and environmental toxins out of the skin.
Ancient societies from Egyptians to Native Americans have utilized clay for natural skin care and as a whole body detox remedy. According to Michel Abhesera, author of “The Healing Clay,” Native Americans referred to bentonite clay as “Ee-Wah-Kee,” meaning “The-Mud-That-Heals.” Clay has been used throughout history to treat various skin conditions, viral infections and parasites.
Zion Health´s Clay Bath Skin Detox Minerals are now available at Lassens Natural Foods and Vitamins stores in various locations across Southern California and in Fresno. Lassens first opened its doors in 1971 with a desire to provide wholesome, low-processed food for the community. As a family owned, natural health food store with the highest quality vitamins and supplements, Zion Health is proud to announce the addition of its natural Ancient Minerals Clay Bath Detox at Lassens establishments.
Zion provides its consumers with pure skin and body care products that are vegan, free of parabens, aluminum and formulated using certified organic ingredients whenever possible.
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